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What do You Wish I Had Asked?

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By Tiffany A. Dedeaux

The one question I ask in a mock interview to help clients prepare is, ‘What do you wish I had asked you?’ The reason why this is important is, I get to find out what they were hoping to say but didn’t.

It turns out you don’t have to wait for a question to be asked before you give important information to an interviewer. This is key because you cannot guarantee the person will know to ask you that particular question.

Instead, say what you think is most important in your response to ‘tell me about yourself’ That way if you’re interviewing on Zoom and the internet goes out, they have all the information they need.
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